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  FOX    Mornings on 2    News  Series/Special.  (CC)  

    July 31, 2011
    7:00 - 9:00am PDT  

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new developments in the trial of the two uc berkely grads in iran. hundreds of thousands of people are taking part in the run. deals could be reached on the nation's debt crisis. good morning, everyone,
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welcome to mornings on 2. it is the last day of the month, unbelievable. sunday, july 31. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning, i'm maureen nailer in for claudine wong. >> good morning to you, it is going to be unseasonably cool, that is how we're going to end the month. the gray sky back with us all the way into the valleys. the marine layer even a little thicker this morning. once the low clouds burn off, we may notice high clouds hang overhead for the afternoon. temperatures very similar to what we felt yesterday. in the extended forecast, your workweek ahead, and the first week of august, going to be unseasonably cool. we'll take a look at what you can expect for sunday, and next week coming up. the fate of the two uc graduates held in iran will be decided within a week.
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their attorney said he and the two americans presented closing arguments in their defense. the judge then said that the court will announce its verdict within the next seven days. he said he is confident that his clients will be released due to time served. they were arrested two years ago, while hiking near the iraq/iran border. iranian authorities accused them of espionage. shore was released in september for medical reasons. relatives and supporters of the two men have been rallying outside of the united nations outside of new york. their biggest support of is the one who was in confinement with them, sara shore. >> two compassionate beautiful
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people, if it wasn't for them, i wouldn't be standing here. >> they say it is time for their loved ones to return home. back here in the bay area, thousands of runners are making their way through the city right now, as part of the city's annual marathon. allie, anyone cross that line yet? >> reporter: there's just a maze of metal barricades. often, the distance, about a block awayy from where we are, any minute now, we should start seeing those elite runners. we were at the starting line, earlier this morning and the
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marathoners took off around 5:30. >> good luck, guys. >> reporter: 25,000 people have signed up for the san francisco marathon this year, and that means they have about 2,000 more runners than they did a year ago. along with all the people running, there are an estimated 100,000 spectators lined up, to give support to the people taking part. some of the runners have different experience levels and different goals getting through the race. >> finish without hurting myself. >> it's fun. you get to spend time with your girlfriends and drink irish coffee at the finish. >> it's a huge accomplishment. >> reporter: it goes over the embarcadero, over the golden gate bridge and back. that finish line, where we are. let's show you a live picture
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from the golden gate bridge camera. many runners have made it to that point. 10 to 13 miles in. there are some roads closed to accommodate those runners. you're going to want to keep an eye on that. for more on the detours you're going to have to contend with, let's go back to the desk. >> here is a look at the course. it started at the ferry building, going along the embarcadero. all the way to at&t park, under the bay bridge, several streets will be shut down. some all the way until 3:00 had afternoon. detours are in place. oakland police are searching for the gunman who shot and killed a teenager overnight. investigators say a 15-year-old boy was shot in the stomach. the boy was shot in front of his house, and managed to go
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inside, and where he clamsed on the living room floor. he was taken to the hospital, where he died. in free month, a drive-by shooting left one man dead and the search is on for his killer. it happened about 10:00 last night. witnesses say the victim was walking on the street, when someone pulled up in a white vehicle, and someone fired several rounds. that car headed south. this morning, white house officials and congressional republicans are discussing ending the debt showdown. >> moments ago, the top republican in the u.s. senate says they are working on a deal. >> we're very close. we had a very good day yesterday. both the president and the vice president. we have to come together. i think we've made dramatic progress. >> the report being discussed
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would chop about $2 trillion at least $2 trillion in government spending. it wouldn't raise taxes, but it might require congress and every state vote on adding a balanced budget amendment to the constitution. people still flooding congress with phone calls. local senator, barbara boxer on the floor of the senate late yesterday. >> i know there are talking goes on. i've been talking with my republican friends. they want to find a way out of this. we have to do what is right for the country. and i pray and i hope that we do. >> our first real sign of what's happening behind closed doors will likely come at about noon, when the u.s. senate reconvenes to vote on the
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democrats plan. live in washington, scott mcfarland, ktvu channel 2 news. the time is 7:07. 11,000gallons of chemicals leaked from a tank in napa county yesterday. fire officials say the chemical that leakicide a more concentrated version of bleach and chlorine. so far, about 1500 gallons of chemicals have been recaptured. >> some of it has reached the dirt. [ inaudible ] how much possibly has gotten into the soil. >> authorities say right now, there is no threat to the environment or the water supply. bellmont police are investigating two more burglars. the thieves took a bike, along
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with cash and keys off a family room table. it brings the total number of break-ins to nine in just the past week. police are looking for two people of interest, who may be grieving a gray bmw. residents are being asked to keep a look out for suspicious activity. charlie beck is defending his department after initially arresting the wrong person in the bryan stow beaten. now in a new editorial published yesterday, beck says he still supports ramirez's arrest, because it met the department's burden of proof at the time, he also writes, although ramirez has been cleared of any involvement in this crime, he still must deal with the fact that his name and picture were released to the general public. this caused a rush to judgment,
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and is still deeply regrettable. a local television reporter became the story after she was hit by a bb gun in a live report. she was covering a story about flooding in fontana yesterday, when two teenagers shot the news crew. she was able to continue her report. police sevenned the area, and -- searched the area and arrested two boys, ages 16 and 17. she was taken to the hospital and is doing okay. ♪ [ music ] good morning to you. a low cloud deck blanketing the area, once again. giving you a live look at the bay area this morning. we saw fog out here this morning. temperatures very similar to yesterday. for the afternoon, we'll remain that way as well. 56 in napa. upper 50s, san rafael. 61 redwood city. so a built of a cool start out there, we do have a light breeze. actually nice weather for our runners this morning. your satellite and radar, a
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couple of things impacting our weather. the first is this trough. it's going to hang right off the coast. although the monsoonal moisture, spinning and wrapping over that high pressure over mid-america as it moves to, through our area, i should say into the afternoon. we could see the high clouds, but we're not expecting much in the way of activity, and thunderstorms. who will get it once again? the sierra, your cloud forecast here, rolling through the bay area by about 11:00 or so, we begin to burn off the low cloud deck, but we remain partly cloudy for the afternoon. again, high clouds maybe some us sensitive to weather, even feeling muggy, but it is over the sierra. yosemite into kings canyon, where the thunderstorms are expected, parts of kern county, the mountain locations. just a slight chance for our area. but we don't really see any moisture in the way of the
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green and blue. a similar pattern for today. partly cloudy for the afternoon. afternoon highs, upper 50s for the coast, upper 80s for our warmest locations around the valley. taking a look at numbers today. 75 expected santa rosa. low 70s san rafael. 70degrees in oakland. go inland, and we're warmer, 83 degrees expected walnut creek. 84degrees expected pleasantton. santa clara valley, a nice day. 78 santa clara. 77 in sunnyvale, and a little cool by the coast. 59 pacifica. 60degrees half moon bay. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. the afternoon sea breeze. the extended forecast, not a lot of change as we head into the first week of august. some people really enjoying it. some of us missing the heat, we'll talk about your marathon forecast, if you're heading out to celebrate, later today.
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a flight from new york to ghana went down. the passengers talk about the impact. which town opened a new museum in honor of governor schwartzenegger, and the memorabilia on display. 880 in oakland, fairly quiet. i know one place a little busier than that. >> take a look at this live shot, golden gate bridge. you see all runners there for the san francisco marathon. some lanes are closed this morning because of the marathon, so just use caution if you're heading over the bridge.
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good morning to you, a live look from our roof cam here in oakland. hard to find the sunshine this more than. partly cloudy skies for the afternoon. your time is 7:15. fallout from the debt ceiling
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battle in washington can be felt all the way to afghanistan. admiral nolan is visiting american troops in kandahar. the first question they had for him, if the government defaults will they still receive their paychecks. >> admiral mullen urged service members to email their senators and representatives. he says the taliban may try to regain lost ground during the islamic period of ramadan, beginning tomorrow. an update to the story we told but yesterday. the military has released this photo of an ak-47 assault rifle. it's one of the weapons obtained from port millton. someone earlier this month, swiped more than two dozen assault rifles. most of which are still missing. an undisclosed number of people have been arrested, but investigators are looking for
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more suspects. new this morning, four people are dead after two small planes collided over alaska. it happened yesterday, about 80 miles north of anchorage. authorities initially said at least two people were killed, and later announced four confirmed deaths. one of the planes burst into flames on impact, and crashed. the other plane was significantly damaged, but did imagine to land safely at an airport. the cause of the crash is under investigation. the mayor of new york has outlined plans for the anniversary. only family members of victims will be allowed access to the new 9/11 memorial plaza the day of the anniversary. the public will be allowed into the space the next day, but only with tickets. a tree planting ceremony was held in pennsylvania, on honor
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of those killed in flight 93. 40 sweet gum trees were donated to the national memorial yesterday. those who helped in the design at the world trade center site sighed it was just as important to bring the trees to this site. >> it's an honorable, and amazing joy for me. >> three of the sweet gum trees were planted yesterday. the rest of the trees will be planted over the next few weeks. a dedication ceremony is scheduled for september 10. we're hearing from some of the passengers aboard a caribbean airline that crashed yesterday. all 163 people onboard the plane survived. only three people were admitted
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to the hospital. witnesses say applause following the rival, quickly turned to horror. >> when the plane landed, i told my friend, we're going to die. it doesn't have enough runway to stop. >> too early to determine the caution. a replica of the wright brothers plane, crashed in a field in ohio, killing the two men aboard. it went down yesterday during a test flight. witnesses say the plane's engine had been sputtering just before the crash. it was built by aviation enthusiasts, and was certified as air worthy by the faa. a museum dedicated to former governor, arnold schwartzenegger is now open to the public. it opened yesterday in southern
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austria at his childhood home. a second opening party is planned for a day when schwartzenegger can actually attend. one of a kind portraits of adolf hitler's parents will be auctioned off next month. the pictures have not been seen since the end of world war ii. the owners of the portraits live in the city of orange, california, but are originally from france. they recently asked a well known world war ii memorabilia seller to help put the portraits up for auction. >> people ask me, how can you sell hitler's mother and father, i believe there's an important obligation to preserve them. >> the pictures are expected to be worth at least $100,000. the auction will take place on the seller's website through the first half of september. a southern california music festival with a twist. why some of those in attendance
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are dancing the weekend away without their shirt, shoes and much more. a cloudy, cool start to your sunday. coming up, the subtle changes expected for your afternoon. alloon with points? yes i did. [ man ] points i could use for just about anything. ♪
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a massive wildfire burning is now contained. it charred more than 22 square miles of the los coyotes indian reservation. the cost of fighting the wildfire is estimated at $15 million. another strong earthquake rattled northeast japan this morning. the magnitude 6.4 quake was centered off the east coast of the save region devastated by the march 11 quake and tsunami. 7 people suffered minor injuries today. the tsunami warning was never issued. in china, ten families have received compensation for a
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high speed train crash. each of the families will receive about $142,000. the chinese government originally offered about half of that amount, but it decided to increase the compensation after the public protested the initial offering. three thousand people are leaving their homes in northern indiana, because of a violent tropical storm. some fishermen tied their boats down before leaving town. forecasters predict the winds could be up to 63 miles per hour. it killed more than people when it ravaged the philippines earlier this week. 26 people remain missing there. heavy rain and flooding is causing problems in india this morning. at least one person has drowned near mumbai where the heavy rain has sunk several low lying areas. the water has flooded homes and made several roads unusable. no heavy rains here in the bay area, but i know rosemary
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was talking about thunderstorms up in the sierra that could bring down heavy rains. >> and by chance, if you're heading out that way, maybe to do some camping, that's going to be the case, at least through tonight. a flash flood watch for parts of the sierra. giving you a look there at what we have outside our door. more of the same, the clouds, the fog, burning off in the afternoon. marathon already underway in san francisco. if you're out to maybe help support, or the post race celebration, lasting until 1:00 this afternoon, mostly cloudy skies. the winds light this morning, but will tick up from time to time, 10 to 15 miles per hour. and temperatures upper 50s, to low 60s, about all we're going to see by about 1:00 or so for san francisco. afternoon highs, san francisco, 65 degrees. low 70s for oakland, hayward, mid-70s in freemont. 75 in santa rosa.
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santa rosa, a whopping 710 degrees below average this time of year. extended forecast, notice just the gentlist of warm ups as we move through tuesday and wednesday. thursday, we slip just a little bit. partly cloudy skies. definitely mild, even cool for the coast, that's what you have as we start the first week of august, back to you. a three day music festival, where everyone bares it all, continues today in southern california. the nude-stock festival is one of the only music celebrations in the country where clothing is actually optional. people who go to the event, say they enjoy the festival, because it allows them to be free. >> it's just liberating for some reason. it feels the good, the breeze is blowing and it's comfortable. >> it is one of the largest
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nudist resorts in the country. i went down to make sure they weren't moving. >> we'll hear the man who sprung into action, when he noticed something going horribly wrong. thousands of runners making their way through san francisco right now, a part of the city's annual marathon. the impact this could have on your sunday commute.
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they're off, just like that, the annual marathon in san francisco is now under way. welcome back to mornings on 2. >> that marathon started about two hours ago, and is effecting traffic today. allie rasmus joins us now with more. we're still waiting for the winner. >> reporter: that's right, i have not gotten notification that anyone crossed the finish line. we're right by this the finish line. this stretch here behind us is the final stretch of the route. this race got going about two hours ago, so any minute now, we should start seeing the first runners make their way to the finish line. many runners are already halfway through this race. let's show you the live pictures now from the golden
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gate bridge. this is about 10 to 13 miles through the race. in this area and in other sparts of the city, there are -- parts of the city, there are some road closures. you're going to want to be aware of that. 25,000 people signed up for this marathon. that's a lot of runners. actually, 2,000 more people than the number woo participated last year. race organizers estimated another 100,000 people are here just to watch and support the runners. race organizers say the san francisco marathon has a repetition of being a tough route. >> if you run this course, you definitely earn your time. it's not fast, it's not easy, but so worth it. it's beautiful. like a running tour of the city of san francisco. >> reporter: it's a running tour, because this marathon course goes throughout the city. it starts in the embarcadero. runners go over the golden gate bridge and back. back through the city, golden gate park and end up finishing
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in the embarcadero. if you're driving in san francisco this morning, you're going to have to deal with some road closures to accommodate these runners. we're told they should be wrapped up, and pretty much done by noon today. we're going to have more in the show on what kind of road closures you're going to be faced with. >> we want to give you a more detoured look at the course. it started at the ferry building, and runs over the embarcadero and the bridge and back. all the way back to at&t, and back under the bridge. several streets will be shut down during the race. we're told noon, but some of the closures could happen until 3:00 this afternoon. detours are in place. santa cruz police have increased patrols after vandals struck about 50 cars. it happened early yesterday morning on the west side of the city, where dozens of people found their tires slashed. some of the vehicles also had
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swastikas slashed into the paint. damage is estimated at close to a thousand dollars per vehicle. >> the tow truck was about $200. the tire was $500. >> police have collected some evidence, but right now have no suspects. an accused vandal in the north bay was sent to the hospital, after he fell through a skylight, while allegedly trashing an elementary school in petaluma. officers say the men were breaking items on the roof of grant elementary school, and one of the suspects fell 15 feet down through the skylight, when they arrived. they estimate the damage at several thousand dollars. a man and a girl were
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taking pictures along the side of highway 101. when witnesses say the pair suddenly tumbled over the edge. rescue crews eventually used a helicopter to pull the injured to safety. >> he just was unresponsive to every question i had. i was telling him to stop moving and to sit and wait for the fire department to get there. once the fire department got there, they started immediately going into action. >> the man was taken to the medical center in critical condition. your time is 7:34. as we told you earlier in washington this morning, growing hope of a compromise over the debt limit. republican congressional leaders and the white house have reportedly made significant progress. unled ever the plan -- under the plan, the debt limit would raise about $2.4 trillion. the uncertainty in washington has forced california to borrow
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almost $5.5 billion. in case federal funds stop flowing to the state. sacramento wants to make sure it can cover healthcare programs, transportation and over services. california usually takes a so- called bridge loan every august, but it took it earlier. >> us californians are not looks fiscally responsible compared to anyone. but just like everyone else in the country, we want to see this solved. >> california got a low raise from wells-fargo, city group, and several other financial institutions. states including maryland, new mexico, and cities including portland oregon, have also borrowed money, just in case. continued coverage of the debt showdown on our website, ktvu.com click on the debt crisis tab. we've also posted a county by
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county impact. the trucking company involved in the crash in the desert is now counter suing. saying amtrak and union pacific failed to maintain a safe railroad crossing. the union 24 crash killed six people, and injured about two dozen others. neither amtrak, or union pacific has responded to the complaint. san francisco police are looking for the two men who shot and killed a man early yesterday morning. the two men, 19, and 30 years old, were both hit, but were able to drive themselves to the hospital. there is no word on the condition of the victims. informational meetings will be held later this week about pipelines. the tests are in response to
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the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion last september. the first meeting will happen tuesday at 5:30 in burling game. in san bruno, pg and e suspended a project of a pipeline after neighbors complained about the smell of gas. they were putting a camera into the pipe. neighbors said they were surprised by the strong odor. >> we didn't know we were going to smell gas. they said it was an old pipeline. >> the utility says there was no actual gas, but the chemical used to give natural gas its odor still lingered in the pipe. alameda county is considering a fine for the
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theft of curb side recyclables. the sheriffs office says poaching has increased over the past year, there's already a state law banning the theft of cans and bottles. under the proposal, the first violation would cost $100,000. with increasing fines after that. family and friends of michelle le held another fundraiser yesterday. the 26-year-old was last seen two months ago, at hayward kaiser hospital. police are investigating the case as a homicide. the family believes le may still be alive. people in northern new hampshire are holding vigils, hoping for the safe return of a missing 11-year-old there. now the fbi is offering a $25,000 reward for information that might lead them to the
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young girl. awe authorities have received hundreds of tips from as far away as north carolina and illinois. right now, there are no signs of that 11-year-old girl. >> it's really difficult to deal with. you're beside yourself. how do you just disappear? >> investigators say dive teams will search various bodies of water, but they say it's not considered a recovery mission. ♪ [ music ] good morning to you, another gray, cool start outside our doors this morning. this marine layer spreading all the way into the valleys this morning. it will take a little longer to burn off in some cases, because it's a little thicker than what we saw yesterday. the winds onshore. just 8 to 10 miles per hour reported around sfo, and oakland this morning. a southeasterly breeze. livermore and concord, also seeing a light breeze. fairfield, reporting 25 miles per hour. napa, as well as santa rosa,
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just a light breeze. even calm conditions reported in santa rosa at this time. let's talk about the low cloud deck. most of us want to know when it is going to burn off for today. our inland areas, looking pretty good. still dealing with it along the east bay, as well as the peninsula. the coast will see it for most of the afternoon, even late in the day, we do expect it in some areas. maybe sausalito, tiburon. san francisco perhaps, dealing with gray skies most of today. our temperatures will be very similar to what we saw yesterday. with our pattern very similar to what we saw yesterday. your satellite view, a little easier to see this trough. you see that there? that's only going to deepen in the coming days. going to keep us below average as we roll into the first week of august. all of this pink here, that moisture, that monsoonal moisture that continues to wrap around the high, and move its way closer to us. it will be back over the sierra for today. even an advisory to talk about coming up in just a little
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while. here at home, we will see high clouds in the afternoon. diablo area expected to get a possibility of a thunderstorm. it's very slight, but we want to leave it in there. 56degrees right now in santa rosa. 57 in san francisco. 59 concord. low 60s, redwood city. san jose, as well as hayward. plenty of gray skies out there. 74 expected know vato. 69 in berkely. 75 in mountain view, and 84 degrees expected morgan hill. headed out to the gilroy garlic fest, another beautiful day in your extended forecast, shows you very little change as we progress through the week. even looking at the temperatures remaining below average all the way through thursday. we'll talk more about the flash flood watch for parts of the
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sierra, coming up. thank you very much, the time is 7:41. parts of highway 4 in pittsburgh and antioch will be shut down tomorrow for correction. caltrans is working to widen highway 4 through the area. the road is expected to be back open by 3:30 tuesday morning. caltran says they had a $381,000 fine for allowing storm water runoff to pollute the bay. the san francisco water control board cited caltran for runoff on i-680 during a 2010 rainy season. contractors failed to follow routine practices to cover dirt with tarps. there was once one in the city of richmond. now there is one in the city of tel aviv. these pictures are of no summer
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vacation. the protest underway against the israeli government. here's a live look from the bay bridge toll plaza on this final day of july. you can see it's very quiet this morning. we also want to give you another live shot, that's pier 9 of the embarcadero in san francisco. the embarcadero is shut down because of the marathon going on. just one of the many streets shut down because of that race. detours are in place. you're watching mornings on 2. n?
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good morning to you, a live look at all that gray out there this morning outside our doors here in oakland, we've got plenty of cloud cover burning
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off for the afternoon. time is 7:45. in news of the world this morning, nato is trying to prevent moammar gadhafi from spreading his message to the libyan people. a series of loud explosions echoed across the capital. nato accuses gadhafi of using satellite technology to insight violence. >> we are the employees of the official tv. they're not a military target. we're not commander in the army. and we do not pose a threat to civilian. >> gadhafi supporters say three people died in the air strikes. nato has not confirmed the casualties. force have bombed gadhafi's regime for the past five months. security concerns have forced egypt to move the trial
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to president mubarak. he is charged with corruption and ordering the killing of protesters before being toppled last february. thousands of protesters gathered against the current military leadership. a protest over skyrocketing military costs. the protests also included doctors on strike, over working conditions and low pay. thousands of parents demonstrated over rising childcare costs. in jerusalem, a tent city continues to grow. demonstrators have gone under canvass to protest the high cost of keeping a roof over their heads. the first tent went up several weeks ago. >> few people that decided to
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come here are simply people who, their rent contract was expiring, and they couldn't afford the rates that the landlords wanted. they just decided they're going to come here and live in tents. >> responding to the anger, the prime minister has announced a series -- matt damon was part of the save our schools rally yesterday in washington, d.c. damon told the crowd his success came from the lessons he learned in public schools. thousands of parents and educators, including some from the bay area attended the rally. amazon supports a bill that would give the states to force online retailers to collect sales tax. ebay does not support the bill. a similar online bill, called
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the amazon tax recently passed in california. there's growing concern that the salmon we eat won't come from the growing seas, but rather genetic engineering. they say it can be dangerous to eat, eliminates jobs in the fishing industry. plans to open a planned parenthood clinic in redwood city could soon come to an end, the organization missed the deadline to provide proof it secured 27 parking spots required by a conditional permit. the clinic says it had a contract with nearby enterprise rental car for some spots. enterprise says that was never completed. santa cruz county health officials are offering free
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whooping cough vaccinations. the first clinic will be held from 9:00 a.m. to noon in watsonville. a second clinic on thursday at watsonville high school. a hotel in santa rosa is being sued by a man who is upset he was charged 75 cents for a newspaper. he saw a copy of u.s.a. today outside his door. he did not realize until later that the a 75-cent charge for the paper had been added to his bill. so he has since filed a class action lawsuit against the hotel chain, saying he was deceived by a scheme that also hurts the environment. time now is 10 minutes before 8:00, caught on camera. how one took his measures to capture a thief, and what he captured on tape. outside our doors, a gray, cool start to your sunday for
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the afternoon, more of the same. we'll take a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood this afternoon.
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welcome back, a virginia man is trying to get even with a thief who stole his flat screen tv. out of frustration, he bought a security system. it videotaped a thief patrolling the neighborhood, looking for packages left at the doorway. >> there he is. i think he was looking at other packages i had to see if anything else looked good. >> he posted the video on youtube, in hopes that someone can identify the thief. he adds from now on, he will add that he must sign for a package for it to be delivered. annual anti-crime event kicks off tuesday.
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the cities will host block parties. residents can come together to take a stand against violence and crime. hundreds of communities nationwide including here in the bay area are expect today take part in the event. they hope to become another lebron james, or stef curry. cooper men tried out for a new semi-pro basketball team in richmond. the rockets start their first season in november. employee hopefuls say they're chasing after a life long dream. >> thinking about working hard and making as many shots as possible. >> the richmond rockets belong in the american basketball association. besides giving people a chance to play pro ball. the team says they instill some civillic pride. the world champion giants were looking good in philly.
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not so much in cincy. a rocky start for madison bumgarner. the giants down 5 after 1. top 2, pablo sandoval getting some good wood on the ball. a solo shot to right center field. a giant highlight in a game not filled with a lot of highlights. the reds tacked on two more and win the game, 7-2. madison bumgarner gets the loss. he's 6-4 on the year. the giants making more noise after the field. the giants traded thomas kneel for cabrera who will likely be playing shortstop. he is hitting .244. now to the oakland coliseum. the twins erupted for four runs in the 5th.
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sweeney credited with the rbi. matsui crosses the plate. we'll stay here in the 5th. scott sizemore shoots one down the left field line. with the ball rolling around down there, josh willingham, sweeney, and cliff pennington head home. pennington, a close play at the plate. a's go on to win, ending a three game losing streak to the twins. time is 7:55. today is the final day to take part in the kite festival. it features, food, music, and those beautiful unique, high flying kites. it begins at 10:00 am this morning, and will go until 5:00 this evening. >> those kites look great against the blue sky. will we have the blue sky for them today? it's going to be another slow burnoff for our areas right around berkely. richmond for today. the afternoon sea breeze will
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be back. dealing with gray skies across the region, all the way into the valleys this morning. thicker than what we saw yesterday. and we are expecting again, some areas to begin with a slower burnoff. actually, i want to switch over, and we'll take a look at highs in just a minute. a flash flood watch for areas into kings canyon, south sierra for today, lasting through tonight. a kern county is also dealing with that advisory. that to be aware of if you're getting out of town. now let's talk about our numbers for today. we're going to end july on a cool note. 72 expected. mid-70s napa. 84 livermore. still another enjoyable day for our inland areas. but well below average for this time of year. 70 in oakland. if you're going back over to the coliseum to watch the a's play for the afternoon, widespread low 60s.
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65 san francisco today. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. another cool one by the coast. 59 for pacifica. extended forecast, if you're tired of the status quo, well, i'm soree, i don't have any good news for you there. temperatures are going to remain cool for the coast. inland area, enjoy. widespread, mid- to upper 08s, through tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. back to you. time is 7:57. red light runners in napa have been getting a free ride, but that's about to end. the cameras about to be turned back on, after an absence. major developments out of iran, the uc berkely hikers behind bars for two years could soon be on their way home. <ñ ñ+gñññçñw
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a rescue in marin county. the good samaritans now being thanked. hundreds of thousands of people come to san francisco for the marathon. we've just gotten word about a marathon winner, we'll take you to the finish line, coming up. the big announcement made in iran regarding the two uc berkely students. those stories and much more coming up. welcome back everyone to
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ktvu mornings on 2. it is sunday, july 31. >> like it or not, it's the final day of july. let get right over to rosemary to see how it's going to look. >> it's going to be a nice afternoon this morning, starting out with the gray sky once again. marine layer a little thicker than what we saw yesterday. subtle changes in the forecast for some of us, but most of us, more of the same. those low clouds followed by high clouds this afternoon. our afternoon highs, upper 50s for the coast. widespread 80s, and upper 80s for our warmest spots. we'll talk more about the high clouds beginning to migrate our way. back to you. thank you. new this morning, the fate of two uc berkely graduates will be decided within a week. the final court session in the trial. wrapped up just about two hours
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ago. a judge said the court will announce its verdict within the next seven days. the attorney says he's confident his clients will be released. they were arrested two years ago, while hiking here the iraq/iran border. tehran released shored in september on $500,000 bail for medical reasons. also new this morning, oakland police are searching for the gunman who shot and killed a teenager overnight. investigators say a 15-year-old boy was shot in the stomach. a boy was shot in front of the house and managed to go inside, where he collapsed on the living room floor. he was taken to the hospital, where he died. police are still looking for suspects. the search is on for a
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killer. witnesses say the vick tim was walking on the street, when someone pulled up in a white vehicle and fired several rounds. police have not released the identity of the victim. good samaritans have released people who fell off a cliff near stinson beach. people watching nearby ran down to help the victims. rescue crews were called and eventually used a helicopter to pull the injured to safety. >> just unresponsive to every instruction i had. once the fire department got there, they started immediately going into action. >> the man who was rescued was taken to john mere medical condition in critical can. the girl had moderate injuries. treatment continues in the north bay after a chemical
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spill. 11,000gallons of chemicals leaked in napa valley yesterday. hazmat crews have been keeping it from getting into the water supply. so far about 1500 gallons of chemicals have been recovered. >> authorities say right now, there is no threat to the environment, or to the water supply. happening right now, thousands of runners are pounding the pavement this morning for the san francisco marathon. allie rasmus is live along the race route, and we now know the winner. >> reporter: that's right mike. i just got a message from race organizers. they let me know michael wardian of virginia was the first to cross the finish line. to give you an idea of what the set up is here, on the far end
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of the embarcadero, the runners going from right to left are finishing up the marathon. closer to us, the runners taking it more slowly are part of the 5k race. that is also one of a number of running events as part of the san francisco marathon. let's show you a live picture midway through the race route. you can see a number of runners making their way two and from, over and across the bridge. we were at the starting line a couple of hours ago. the starting line over in the embarcadero. they took off at 5:30 this morning. >> good luck, guys. >> reporter: 25,000 people have signed up for the marathon. this year stlerks about 2,000 more runners than last year. along with all the people running, there are a lot of people watching and giving those runners support. an estimate 100,000 spectators have lined up along the race
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route. some of the runners have different experience levels. we also talked to spectator who is say they find this really inspiring. >> kind of inspiring. inspiring for the rest of the family too. it makes me want to get out there and do it, but i'm too fat and old. so i'll watch. >> it's never too old to start they say. >> it's fun and you get to drink irish coffee at the finish line. >> it's amazing at the end. a huge accomplishment. >> reporter: it goes over the embarcadero. the runners go over the golden gate bridge and back through the city to end up here in the embarcadero. these people you're looking at are not the marathon runners. these people are part of a 5k race. again, there's about 25,000
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people that have turned out for the san francisco marathon. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> here is a closer look at the course. it starts again at the ferry building going along the embarcadero, over the golden gate bridge, and over to haight- ashbury and under golden gate park. your time is 8:07. in washington this morning, senate republican leader mitch mcconnell announced negotiators are very close to reaching a deal over the debt limit. he says republicans in the white house have made significant progress. under the plan, the nation's debt limit would rise in two steps through next year. it also cuts spending by $3 trillion over the next decade. mcconnell says there are no tax increases either. >> our country is not going to
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default for the first time in history. that is not going to happen. >> glad to see this move toward compromise. i hope it bears fruit. >> the proposed deal also requires congress to vote on an amendment to the constitution. the government must sign a deal by tuesday, to avoid default. los angeles police chief, charlie beck is defending his department this weekend after accusing the wrong man in the brian stow beating. he exonerated geovany ramirez. new in a new editorial. beck says he still supports ramirez's arrest, because it met the department's burden of proof at the time. but beck also writes, although
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ramirez has been cleared of any involvement in the crime, he still must deal with the fact that his name and picture were released to the general public. this caused the appearance of a rush to judgment, is deeply regrettable. good morning to you. a near replica of what we started with yesterday. a light, onshore breeze outside our door. plenty of gray sky. our temperatures within a degree or two of yesterday. your stormtracker view here, you can see all clay cloud cover out there this morning. a west-southwesterly wind. it looks like 8 miles per hour. you see that zap right away. 61degrees right now in redwood city. 60degrees livermore as well as concord. temperatures over the north bay. 57 in napa. upper 50s in areas around santa rosa as well. 56degrees. for the afternoon, we're expecting temperatures to
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remain below average 5 to 10 degrees for the last day of july. this trough is going to continue to bring us the unseasonably cool weather. we've got this monsoonal moisture that continues to wrap around the high to the east of us, and bring the possibility of thunderstorms over the sierra. maybe even high clouds our way. take a look at the forecast here by about 11:00 or so, are expects this low cloud deck to burn off. in the afternoon, is when, again, the pile up over the sierra, we do have a weather watch in place again for areas over yosemite, and farther south. it is a flood watch. over our area, we could also see those clouds begin to pile up over the mountains. the die an low range and south. shouldn't be a big deal, but
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you may notice it. 86 expected this afternoon. santa rosa, napa, upper 60s berkely. 70 expected in oakland. widespread mid-80s, areas around livermore, pittsburgh. 75 expected in free month. mid-80s in gilroy for the garlic fest. 61 daly city. mid-60s in san francisco. the extended forecast here not a lot of change, i'm starting to sound like a broken record. we've got low 60s for the coastline. mid, upper 80s, tuesday through wednesday for the inland areas. again, we remain cool for the first week of august. if you're heading out to san francisco for the big marathon going on this morning and perhaps the post celebration. happy forecast. time now for your live drive time traffic. the golden gate bridge looking
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fantastic this sunday morning. she has some visitors. those are the runners taking part in the san francisco marathon. a couple of lanes there on the bridge are currently closed. also, i want to give you a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. some commuters may be avoiding san francisco city streets. many of them are closed because of the marathon taking place right now. starting tomorrow, red light cameras in napa will be up and running again. the cameras have been in place across the city for more than three years, but stopped operating early this year. after napa's contract with the camera operator expired. a new accurate is now in place, but the cameras will once again start taking pictures of red light runners just after midnight. time is 8:12. uncertainty still hangs in the air in washington to seal a debt deal. felt all the way to afghanistan. what a top military commander is telling troops to do.
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thousands of people are currently looking for work. a preview of what to expect from this week's jobs report.
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as we mentioned earlier, a debt deal is closer in the nation's capital, but in sacramento, lawmakers aren't taking any chances. in case the federal funds stop flowing to the state,
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sacramento wanted to make sure it could cover healthcare and other services. the state took out the money early to prevent a credit crunch. >> us californians are not used to looking fiscally responsible compared to anyone, so i guess we should be enjoying this contract. but just like everyone else, we want to see this get solved. >> mareland, and nation, and citieses such as portland, and new orleans borrowed money just in case. the first question marines asked if the u.s. defaults would they still get their
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paychecks. >> if our government defaults, [ inaudible ] >> i actually don't have the answer. >> in addition to saying he didn't know the answer, admiral mullen urged soldiers to email their representatives. the taliban may try to gain lost ground during the islamic holy period of ramadan, beginning tomorrow. the military has released this photo of an ak-47 assault rifle. officials say it is one of the reps recovered from fort irwin. a military post outside barstow, in southern california. someone earlier this month, swiped more than two dozen assault rifles. an undisclosed number of people have been arrested. investigators are looking for more suspects. your time is 8:17. a southern california megachurch is up for sale, and getting a new offer, but it comes with a catch. last week, the crystal church filed for bankruptcy protection. several bids have come in for
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the church. latest from another congregation, my father's house church international is offering $50 million in cash, but only on the condition that family members of founder robert shuller resign. lawmakers say they want to make sure the first we eat do not come from a science experiment. eight senators want to stop genetically modify fish for human consumption. a canadian company working on the genetically modified salmon says the fish is safe for consumption, and also cheaper than sea bought fish. amazon.com supports a tax bill that would give the states ability to force online retailers to collect sales tax.
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ebay doesn't support the bill. ebay says it imposes new taxes and regulatory burdens on small online businesses. in our economy watch this morning, the all important july jobs report does not come out until friday, but this morning, we are getting a sneak peek. a new bloomberg survey says the u.s. probably failed to create enough jobs last month to reduce unemployment. the survey says they only created 90,000 new jobs in july. that would keep the unemployment rate at 9.2%. the slow down is making many businesses reluctant to hire right now. earnings continue on wall street. some of the companies, include
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chlorox. so far, corporate profits have stayed positive. 73% of the s & p 500 have beat earnings statements. oh, my. >> don't let their size fool you, the smurfs appeared to be the big winners at the weekend box office. the new movie is expected to debut at the top spot with $37 million. cowboys and aliens is expected to debut at the second spot with $36 million. seems like everything old is new again. time is 8:20. from garlic to kites, there's plenty to do this sunday around the bay area. the sun is shining this morning. unfortunately, most of us cannot see it. overcast skies slow to burn off for the afternoon. giving you a live look at the marathon runners this morning.
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we'll take a look at temperatures, and what you can expect for your sunday, coming up.
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welcome back, time is 823. the gilrick, garlic festival will wrap up today. it features every time of meat, pasta, and vegetable dish you can imagine. expect long lines of traffic on
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highway 101, if you're going to be going through. today should be another great day to go out and fly a kite. the event features lots of food, music, and of course, the beautiful high flying kites that come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. it continues this morning at 10:00. it will go until 5:00 this evening. kite festival, garlic festival, a marathon, and rosemary, you're talking about a slow burn off. >> yes, it's going to be a cool morning. by the afternoon, we're looking pretty good. temperatures similar to yesterday. so you know what to expect. outside our doors, there is that gray. the marine layer even thicker than yesterday by 1,000 feet or so. we're also looking at the possibility of a little bit of monsoonal moisture. just in the way of high clouds for most of us. that will be migrating throughout the afternoon. the san francisco marathon lasts until about 1:00 this
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afternoon. upper 50s, low 60s expected right around 8:00. lasting through 1:00. the winds will be light, picking up in the afternoon. 10 to 15 miles an hour. meanwhile, around the region, 59 again for pacifica. 73degrees. redwood city. looking at 79 for san jose. as we head to the east, 82 for concord. santa rosa, 75. just a great day for wine tasting over the napa valley, but maybe a little cool to take a dip in the pool. our extended forecast doesn't change. just a subtle, gentle warm up, tuesday into wednesday. then we begin to slight again on thursday as a trough hangs off the west coast. a hotel in santa rosa is going sued by -- being sued by a man who was upset he was billed 75 cents for a newspaper. the 55-year-old said when he visited the hilton at the
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sonoma airport, he had a u.s.a. today outside his door. he said he was deceived by a scheme that also hurts the environment. support for teachers and the public education system. matt damon was part of the save or schools rally yesterday in washington, d.c. damon told the crowd his success came from the lessons he learned at the public schools in boston. thousands of teachers, including some in the bay area attended the rally. a three day music festival where everyone bares it all, continues today. it's held at a year round nudist resort an hour east of san diego. people who go to the event say they enjoy the festival, because it allows them to be
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free. >> it's just liberating for some reason. the breeze is blowing, and it's comfortable. >> it currently has 700 members. it's one of the largest nudist resorts in the country. a television reporter becomes part of the news in southern california. i'm scott mcfarland in washington, developing news this morning. a possible break through, a possible deal to end the debt crisis. a gray sunday morning still. see some runners out there in the golden gate bridge. more traffic concerns, coming up. the time is 8:27. you're watching ktvu, mornings on 2. <ñ ñ+gñññçñw
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we didn't agree how president bush took us into debt, but we never stood in the way of honoring the full faith and credit of the united states. >> san francisco congresswoman, nancy pelosi pushing for a debt deal yesterday, and knew it appears a compromise has been made. time now is 8:30. >> good morning, the compromise comes two days before the country faces a first ever default. >> details on that that includes. >> reporter: local reaction in the moment, but first, late breaking details. a potential deal is getting close. >> we're not going to have a default for the first time in our 235 year history.
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we're not going to have job killing tax increases in it. we're going to deal with the problem. >> reporter: the reported deal would cut federal spending about $1 trillion meetly. - - immediately. the debt ceiling would be raced in 2012 after the elections. we know they're still getting flooded with phone calls at the capitol. local senator, barbara boxer, late yesterday. >> what are we doing in this manmade cia sis? we have a long -- crisis? >> we have a long history of working together in times like this. >> reporter: we'll see what happens when the senate reconvenes officially in about 30 minutes. if no grand deal can be worked out before tuesday, we're told the debt ceiling that would
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last just a few days, a short term increase is possible. stay with us on air, and online at ktvu.com for up to the minute news on the debt showdown. just click on that debt crisis tab on the front page. your time is 8:31. a local television newspaper in southern california became the story after she was hit by a bb gun pellet during a live report. covering a story about flooding in fontana yesterday, when police say two teenagers shot at the news crew. she was hit in the hand with a pellet, but was age to continue on with her report. police searched the area and arrested two boys. suiter was taken to the hospital and is doing okay. san francisco police are looking for the gunman who shot and injured two men. it happened at gary and steiner early yesterday morning. police say someone shot at the victim's car multiple times.
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two men were both hit, but able to drive themselves to the hospital. there is no word on the condition of those victims. santa cruz police have increased parols in one area, after a vandal struck about 50 cars. it happened between friday night and early yesterday morning on the west side of the city. dozens of people found their tires slashed. some of the vehicles also had swastikas swastikas scratched into the paint. damage is estimated at about a thousand dollars a vehicle. >> tow trucks was about $200. the tires 500. >> police say they had collected some evidence. right now, they have no suspects. investigators do not think any specific group was targeted, because so many vehicles were vandalized. a man was sent to the hospital after he fell flew a skylight after allegedly trashing an elementary school in petaluma. crews arrested them yesterday
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after catching them in the act. officers say one of the men fell 15 feet down the skylight when they arrived. that person suffered moderate injuries. they estimate the damage at several thousand dollars. neighbors complained about the smell of gas. the utility was putting cameras inside the pipe, which they say was abandoned in the 1950s. it was connected to the pipe that blue up last september. neighbors were surprised by the electronic odor. from we -- >> we didn't know we were going to smell gas. they said it was an old pipeline. >> the chemical still lingered in the pipe. pg and e said they will resume the work later this week after it gets the word out to
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residents. the meetings will be for residents in . the first meeting will happen on tuesday at 5:30 in the evening in burlingame. the second will be in san mateo at the highlands recreation center. the san francisco marathon is underway. here is a live picture from the golden gate bridge this morning. you can see runners making their way to the race route. one man has already won the race. allie rasmus actually just spoke with the winner, and joins us now with what he had to say. >> reporter: that's right. we did get a chance to speak to the winner. he is mike the wardian of
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arlington, virginia. he came back around around crossed the finish line. we had a chance to talk to him, and spoke to him just before we watched him receive his award for winning the san francisco marathon this year. this is the third time he's run in the san francisco marathon. the last two times, he came in as a runner up. this time, he finally won it. he told us, he had a big set back just yesterday. night before this race, he says he was sick with food poisoning. he almost didn't run today, but he did, and he won. >> fantastic. to win on a pretty press teenious course like this, and to be around friends, and to have a good race. to run a race with such pretty views and such a cool city. it's fantastic. >> reporter: once again, you're looking at a live picture from
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the golden gate bridge camera. researchers say about 25,000 people signed up for this year's marathon. about 100,000 people. the estimates are for the number of people watching the race. you can see the number of people running across the golden gate bridge. back out here live, you can see some of the marathoners are still coming in, actually, you see one up in the distance about to cross the finish line. there is also a lot of barricades out here. that's one thing you have to take into consideration. there are a lot of road closures and detours. and we have all the information on how to avoid that on our website, ktvu.com. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu, channel 2 news. thanks for that update. here's a look at the course this morning. it goes along the embarcadero, over the golden gate bridge and back. all the way over to at&t park
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and under the bay bridge. keep in mind, several streets are shut down right now during the race. some detours will be in place. good morning to you. weather wise, same old, same old. the marine layer hanging overhead this morning, and even thicker than what we saw yesterday. widespread all the way into the valleys, and winds onshore, and a little stronger than yesterday. the 60 degrees right now, sfo. low 60s into areas around san jose. livermore checking in 60 degreeses a well as concord. cooler for the north bay, and inland, 56 santa rosa. 57 for napa. the gray skies will eventually burn off. take a look at what's going on here. first, it takes until 10:00, 11:00 before we begin to see mostly sunny skies over the inland areas. around the bay area, we could still be foggy. the east bay, north peninsula,
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and north baby noon, looking better. for the afternoon, expected to hug the coast for sunday afternoon. we also have the monsoonal moisture that we need to worry about just a bit. shouldn't be a huge deal unless you head to the sierra. we've got a weather watch in place. it's a flash flood watch. lasting until tonight for areas, yosemite. we may see just clouds over our coastal range. as far as areas -- also this trough that will continue to sink down, and keep us cool for this time of year. so this going on for the afternoon. if you look up, those higher elevations, you may notice some of the cloud cover, but it isn't expected to be a big deal. leaving in just the slimmest chance for the possibility of maybe a thunderstorm, but it
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does not look likely. it shouldn't be a big deal at all. 75 expected santa rosa this afternoon. upper 60s in berkely. 83, danville this afternoon. the santa clara valley, a nice one, upper 70s expected. morgan hill, as well as gilroy for the festival today. 65 san francisco. a cool day by the coast. extended forecast, a whole lot of the same, widespread 80s for the inland areas. low 60s for the coast. we have your lunchtime numbers coming up. thanks rosemary. time now for your live drive time traffic. there is a live look at the east shore freeway in berkely. usually sluggish, and most likely will be as the late morning hits and early afternoon arrives. also, i want to give you another look at highway 4 in bay point. things looking smooth in both directions.
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highway patrol not reporting any major accidents on bay area roadways at this time. parts of highway 4 in pittsburghk and antioch will be shut down. drivers will be detoured at the summersville road auto center drive exit in antioch. the road should be open by 3:30 tuesday morning. the time is 8:41. raising crash in california for a presidential run. which candidates bring in the most money? the new announcement from china after the deadly train crash. and governor schwartzenegger celebrating his 64th birthday. the present from his native, awe trea.
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good morning to you, a live look at the bay from emeryville. time is 8:44. new this morning, four people are dead after two small planes collided over alaska. it happened yesterday about 80 miles north of anchorage. authorities initially said at least two people were killed,
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and later announced four confirmed deaths. one plane did manage to land safely at a nearby airport. the cause of the crash is under investigation. a trucking company involved in last year's deadly train crash is suing. saying amtrak and union pacific failed to maintain a safe railroad crossing. the june this crash killed six people, and injured about two dozen others. neither amtrak, or union pacific has responded to the complaint. in china, ten families have accepted a settlement after a deadly train crash. they will receive about $142,000. nato's latest aim strike
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aims to stop moammar gadhafi from spreading his message to the libyan people. nato accuses gadhafi offing satellite television to incite violence. >> we are the employees of the official military. we're not a military target, we are not a commander in the army. we do not pose a threat to civilians. >> gadhafi supporters say three people died in the air strikes. nato has not confirmed the casualties. security concerns have forced egypt to move the trial of mubarak. he is charged with corruption
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and ordering the killing of protesters before being toppled last february. thousands of protesters demonstrated against the current military leadership. one of a kind portraits of adolf hitler's parents will be auctioned off. the owners live in orange, california, but are originally from france. they recently asked a well known world war ii memorabilia preserver to put them up for auction. they are estimated to be worth at least $100,000. the auction will take place on the seller's websitethrough the first half of september.
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a museum dedicated to arnold schwartzenegger will open in austria. it includes about 1,000 movie props and pictures. california is a very big stop when it comes into racking in campaign cash. candidates are making thousands, and in some cases millions of dollars from california donors. at the top, president obama with $5.2 million. texas congressman ron ball, and former house speaker, newt gingrich round out the top five. president obama and george w. bush will be part of a small
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group of politicians participating in the ceremony. no speeches will be given. only family members of victims will be allowed access to the new 9/11 memorial plaza, the day of the anniversary. the public will be allowed into the space the next day, but only with tickets. a tree planting ceremony was held in pennsylvania in honor of those killed on flight 93. 40 sweet come trees were donated to the national memorial yesterday. those who helped in the 9/11 site say it was just as important to donate the trees to this site. >> to bring these trees to our sister site in pennsylvania is an honorable, and amazing joy for me. >> three of the sweet gum trees were planted yesterday.
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the rest will be planted over the coming weeks. the time is 8:49. the 49ers are having their first week of training camp under jim harbaugh. the challenges the team now faces and the key to success for the team's rookie quarterback. afternoon highs remain on the cool side for your sunday. coming up, the numbers expected for your neighborhood. n?
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welcome back. new this morning, we're learning that the man who admitted to killing dozen of
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people in norway will likely be declared legally sane next week. a pair of doctors investigating anders breivik says he appeared to be sane. 76 people died in last week's attack. back here at home, some athletes are trying to prove they have the skills to join a new bay area basketball team. the men tried out yesterday for a new semipro team. the richmond rockets. >> to come out here and play hard. giving 100% effort. >> i'm just think being working hard, and making as many shots as possible. that's just work hard, that's all you can do.
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>> the richmond rockets are part of the american basketball association. the team is also about instilling some civic pride. camp harbaugh officially begins. jim harbaugh has been taking his team through drills. not all is perfect at training camp. michael crabtree could miss up to six weeks from a foot injury. for the players who are actually in camp, they say they're fired up about the practices. the rookie quarterback wants to prove to fans, coaches and teammates, he can be a leader. >> i think as a young player, have you to go in there, you have to be confident, and show everybody that i might be young, but i can step in here and i can play. >> the niners first game is against the saints on august 12. the giants were looking
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good in philly. no so in cincy. the giants down five after 1. top 2, we go. pablo sandoval gets some wood on the ball, and a massive solo shot to right center. it is a giant highlight in a game not really filled with many giant highlights. the reds eventually tack on two more. and win game two. 7-2. madison bumgarner goes 4 innings and gets the loss. the a's up 3-2 on the twins before they erupt. ryan sweeney with the ground ball to short. after a high throw, sweeney credited with the rbi single. we'll stay here in the 5th. the bases loaded, scott sizemore shoots one past danny valencia. with the ball rolling down
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there, they head home. the play on pennington was close, but the tag was a bit high. the a's go on to win, 8-3. ending a two game losing streak against the twins. the time is 8:55. here's a look at some of the top stories we're following. >> in washington, a growing hope of a compromise under the debt limit. the nation's debt limit would raise in two steps by about $2.4 trillion. spending would be cut by a slightly larger amount. a final court session in the trial of josh and shane wrapped up two hours ago. the judge says the court will announce its verdict within the next several days. we've been showing to you all morning long. a live look at the golden gate
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bridge. the san francisco marathon is underway. it goes through the city, through golden gate park, back through the embarcadero. several city streets are shut down, so expect some delays. >> i do still see overcast skies, what -- when do you think that will burn off? >> late afternoon. our marine layer thick. low clouds this morning. upper 50s, low 60s around the region. for the afternoon, we remain below average for this time of year. if you look up above and see high clouds this afternoon, that is actually streaming in from the desert southwest. a little bit of monsoonal moistureexpected to move over our area. higher elevations may see the possibility of a thunderstorm. widespread 70s around the bay. even warmest spots only warming into the low and mid-80s.
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a cool day by the coast. in the extended forecast, we're into the first week. i don't want to say now, but the first week of august, temperatures still running 5 to 10 degrees below average. >> just rerun all of those numbers, because nothing changes. >> we will be following the debt story continuously on ktvu.com. have a great sunday morning, thanks for joining us. >> have a great day. ♪ [ music ]
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